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formidable
awe-inspiring in excellence; strikingly impressive
ravage
destroy violently; ruin
profusion
large supply; abundance
sage
wise
adversary
enemy; opponent
stealth
secret or sneaky action or behavior
mast
various kinds of nuts used as food for hogs
rancor
bitter hate; ill will
adominably
in an extremely unpleasant or disgusting manner
ardor
passion; enthusiasm
tumult
commotion; uproar; confusion
This person told calypso that he must release odysseus
hermes
king of phaecions
alsinuous
the only thing that calypso gave odysseus
a raft out of wood
odysseus' father
laertes
how many gods are in the council
12
what modern day countries did odysseus and his rew land in
turkey greece italy france africa
what did circe turn the men into
pigs.. animals
illiad
preguile of the odyssey
long narrative poem
epic
storys that express ideas
myths
athena
god of wisdom;always has grey eyes
aoulos
god of the winds
god of metal worker
hephaestus
island where helios kept his cows
trinika
when the author uses senses to tell the story
imagry
host or guest
xenios
another name for troy
ilian
this literary is used when the author describes characters by actions dialog etc...
indirect characterization
when somthing happens in a story telling you that somthing bad is going to happen
foreshadowing
he was the leading suitor; meanest
altinuouse
city where the illiad took place
troy
the flower that made the men forget about home
the lotus
lived in the land of the dead
teresious
the story starts the story at...?
calypso's island
means scornful
desdainful
name of the swineherd
eumaus
repayment
restitution
father of zues
cronos
group of individuals lived on a island now called sicily
cyclops
odysseus' dog
argos
to seperate from skin
flay
face that launched a thousand ships
helen
when was there a breatch of hospitality
when the cyclops ate the men
bitter hate; ill will
rancer
example of heroic similie
when they were comparing hermes to a gull in the book
odysseus swore her to secrecy
eurecula
place of the climax in the story
the great hall